# Write a sequence of transformations that maps quadrilateral shape

By translating it, I should say. You're not going to preserve either of them. So in this situation, everything is going to be preserved. Well a reflection is also a rigid transformation and so we will continue to preserve angle measure and segment lengths.

### Write a sequence of transformations that maps quadrilateral shape

So let's look at this first example. So once again, another rigid transformation. So a vertical stretch, if we're talking about a stretch in general, this is going to preserve neither. See how it looks. So I'm gonna translate right over here to Point C. And there you have it. Well let's just imagine that we take these sides and we stretch them out so that we now have A is over here or A prime I should say is over there. Well the measure of angle C is for sure going to be different now. Alright so first we have a rotation about a point P. So if you're transforming some type of a shape. B' is -1, 8 To get from D to C, go down 3 units and 3 right. But in a dilation, angles are preserved. Let's do another example.

If I have some triangle that looks like this. So after that, angle measures and segment lengths are still going to be the same.

To make these two overlap I really can't do anymore translation, I made one point overlap. So that is, I think, a good line of reflection. The corresponing angles are congruent, and the corresponding sides are congruent, so the triangles are congruent. There, that's not what I wanted to do.

And it looks like a line that would actually contain the points A and C.

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